Even better combining "both worlds"
""accuracy" "map"" - "map accuracy"
Your best bet to minimize to most relevant results is to use:
opposed to the by Google recommended
You can try the word or phrase you want, a space, then one or more things that you want to exclude, each of these prefixed with a minus sign, using quotes where necessary e.g.
"accuracy map" -"map accuracy"
england -Wikipedia -BBC -football -"shielding and protecting" -"Visitors from EU countries"
Search for "keyboard arrow" at https://images.google.com
Open the Settings menu and choose "Advanced search"
Scroll down, select the file type and hit Advanced Search:
The direct link to that page is https://www.google.com/search?as_st=y&tbm=isch&hl=en&as_q=keyboard+arrow&as_epq=&as_oq=&as_eq=&cr=&...
As well as using the double quotes, after searching click on the "Tools" button on the right under the search box.
You should see options for "Any country", "Any time", and "All results". Click the last one, and there's an option to change it to "Verbatim".
This should now only show results which contain ...
The link you are referring to "Enabling case-sensitive searches | Code Search | Google Developers" is about searching the code within your projects and not about Google Search.
As stated within the page:
To get started, open the Code Search UI for your project
Other Google Projects: Google Open Source
At November 2019, there is a way to browse Google Maps community lists in the Android app.
Search for the city or location.
Open the detailed view of the search result.
There is a lists section.
Expand the section and browse the list of lists.
1 & 2.
3 & 4.
Thanks to user marikamitsos, I've found out that Google Custom Search Engines can work for the entire web.
To do this, I had to
Go to https://cse.google.com/cse/create/new
Add any site in the "Sites to search" field (I used example.com)
After creating the Custom Search Engine, go to its configuration
In the configuration, enable the "Search the entire web" ...
This is a test by Google.
Around 5% of search results are highlighting text on a website you visit.
As for sharing what you see (the highlights), it's not possible with a simple link. ...
If you are looking for pages that talk about an "accuracy map", one option is to search for your phrase only in the titles using allintitle:"accuracy map". This will still see items with punctuation issues such as "accuracy (mAP)" but is more likely to find pages where "accuracy map" is important to the page, not just ...
First type your keywords and click search. After getting the results of your search, you can then sort by clicking the filter options and selecting options related to dates, sort by "View count" for popularity.
You can also use the before and after keywords to restrict the range of search. For example, to search from videos from ...
If you follow closely the information placed over the directions provided on the mentioned site , you notice that:
.... It's no surprise, then, that these two high-profile apps
could work together. Google Maps and the ride-sharing service Uber
have offered some level of integration for some time — you have been able to view the price and time of ...
This is one of those cases where a pictures says more than the words, I think
Anyway, using a desktop web browser
Go to https://www.google.com
Click on Settings
The emerging menu will show the Search Settings menu option
From what I understand, as your browser, you must be using Google Chrome.
Please follow these steps to create a custom engine for Google Chrome
On your address bar, type chrome://settings/searchEngines
Click on the Add button. A pop-up will appear.
Choose a name for your custom engine
Assign any keyword as in =sometext
In the URL field place:
As mentioned in my comment the way to filter out a long list of sites from Google search is by creating a Google Custom Search Engine (CSS). This allows you to have it customized with up to 500 sites.
How to create a Google Custom Search Engine (CSS) in 6 steps
1. Go to https://cse.google.com/cse/create/new
2. Add any name as your site in the "Sites to ...
From the OP's question
As a consumer, can I ask Google Search to index/crawl a specific URL, for instance a specific Stack Exchange question?
There use to be a help article on the Google (Search) Help Center about how to ask google to add content to Google that pointed to another help article on the Webmasters Tools (now Search Console) Help Center that ...
Please bear in mind that Google can only return as results pages that are indexed and in order to make some search operators work properly, those pages should be properly indexed to use them.
If you aren't sure if the missing book is properly indexed you should contact the library webmaster.